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Aug 24, 2013 10:00pm PDT
king, jr.'s, famous, i have a dream speech in washington. >> more people there than i have ever seen in one place in my entire life. >> hear from a bay area woman who attended that historic march and how she and others are commemorating king's legacy. >> vendors supplying your produce, fighting for space. no more. the new plan to bring them all under one roof. >> it is back. a chance a authority back in the forecast. we'll pinpoint the location as the news continues right here on the cw. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, washington today, to commeme >>> tens of thousands of people packed the national mall in washington today to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the historic march on washington for civil rights. family members of reverend martin luther king, jr., delivered his famous, i have a dream speech at the march led today's event along with other civil rights leaders. >> this is not the time for a commemoration, nor is this the time for self-congratulations celebration. the task is not done. the journey is not complete. >> some of those in the crowd had attended the march 50 years ago, the
KBCW
Aug 1, 2013 10:00pm PDT
highly unlikely. cbs news, washington. >>> a vague, but very serious warning from the u.s. state department tonight. cbs reporter, tara, shows us why u.s. embassies and consulates in muslim countries are being shut down this weekend. >> the state department is warning of a possible security concern. and closing u.s. embassies in the muslim world this sunday. >> the department, when conditions warrant, take steps to ball loons our continued operations with security and safety. >> the state department wouldn't specify if the concern is related to terrorism. but, cbs news learned u.s. intelligence picked up signs of an al-qaeda plot against american diplomatic in the middle east and other muslim countries. sunday is the start of the workweek there, so those embassies normally open will be closed. embassies in cutter, kuwait, tellvieve all posted information on their websites. >> we may have additional days of closing as well. >> the security of u.s. embassies and diplomatic facilities became a political slash point in washington. after last year's attack in libya. the mission wa
KBCW
Aug 25, 2013 10:00pm PDT
out to mark the 50th anniversary of the march on washington and martin luther king. even in a progressive city like san francisco, we have a long way to go. here are the numbers showing inequality. >> reporter: equality for all, san francisco has one trend. only 6% of san francisco residents are african americans but they are half of the population in jail. former administrator spoke. >> we have to dig deeper to find answers for why we have this disparity in a city that is focused on creating equality. >> reporter: collin powell. >> all the progress has been made, but the deem is not achieved yet. >> reporter: this weekend thousands of people marched in washington d.c.. >> we march because in the 50s it was in the till. now it is trayvon martin. >> reporter: on the backs of those who fought equality. >> for them i would not be attorney general and barrack obama wouldn't be president of the united states of america. >> reporter: there are more on the streets and in jails. >> we are dealing with crime and punishment and race in society. >> i have a dream. >> reporter: 50 ye
KBCW
Aug 25, 2013 8:30am PDT
francisco party. >> the i have a dream speech then and now 50 years after the march on washington our insiders talk about what progress has been made. >> we have your complete weather forecast coming up as well. it is 8:30 august 25th, thanks for joining us. >> we've got a lot of news to cover in our next hour. we're going to be talking with city attorney here in san francisco about nevada and its practice of dumping mentally ill patients on unexpected -- suspected cities gov giving them a number. first we have developing news. >> well, that is at starting at san francisco an empty party bus, a trail of blood and shell casing it was a celebration that ended in gunfire in san francisco. you can see the map of the area there on your screen police found an abandoned party bus at about 2:15 this morning. we have some pictures from a viewer taken right after the shooting. investigators didn't find anyone inside the bus they did find bullet casings. the fire -- that's the area about the size of chicago. it's only 7% contained. governor brown meanwhile has declared a state of emergency and n
KBCW
Aug 27, 2013 10:00pm PDT
minutes. >>> under all signs of washington, the u.s. will soon take military action. what has to happen before the u.s. and some allies launch the missiles. >>> before the u.s. acts, it plans to publicly reveal some of the intelligence that vice president biden, crews is to blame for the mass casualties in syria. >> no doubt responsible for the heinous use of chemical weapons in syria. the syrian regime. >> the intelligence, much of it classified, ranges from intercepted communication to tests of sample, taken to victims, down to the simple fact, the regime is only known in syria to have a chemical weapons. david warned there's no smoking gun. >> that's never 100 percent certainty. there's never one piece or several pieces of intelligence. >> traveling in asia. defense secretary hagel spoke by phone in britain and france. to countries pledged to join the u.s. in punishing syria for using the chemical weapons. then asked by the reporter, if he has moved four destroyers in the mediterranean, if he's ready to strike. >> we're ready to go like that. >> each of the destroyers is armed with 4
KBCW
Aug 4, 2013 8:30am PDT
riley and palestine january negotiates are making some headway in peace talks in washington this week. israel says it will some -- and possibly more in another wave depending on these negotiations. the u. s. wants a deal on the terms of a palestinian state within nine month. but they're worried israel will only seek a temporary arrangement. tens of thousands of bart riders trying to figure out plan b. >> and other transit agencies are stepping up for tomorrow's commute. our conversation with the metropolitan transportation commission. next. >>> and move over i. tubes. what is driving a vinyl revival. >>> the forecast sound like a broken record. usual fog, little bit of sun coming out on the east bay. we'll have the forecast for you after we generate some revenue. please stay tuned. ,,,, on vinyl albums. and lots of those people still have r >> if you want some clouds, there's the bay bridge and alsoth golden gay bridge. a lot of gray out there. here to the ca in a minute. ,,,,,, ,, on vinyl albums. and lots of those people still have r old turntables gathering dun the r >> millions of
KBCW
Aug 10, 2013 10:00pm PDT
in the columbia river in washington state. and check this out, flash floods swamp a mountain road in colorado. the muddy water was flowing. this is the result of heavy rain over the area, burned out by a wild fire earlier this summer. one person is dead and three others are missing. >>> san diego's mayor is ending his sex yowl harassment therapy earlier than planned, but he won't be welcomed back by the city council. a spokesperson says the mayor ended his therapy today and continue counseling. meantime, the last two supporters are calling on him to resign. >> it was a very hard thing to do because he brought something new and different to the community. it's unfortunate that he is flawed and i believe not really able to lead our city again. >> his attorney says he is expected to return to office on august 19. he will not be available for comment until then, but has given no indication that he plans to resign. >>> evacuees starting to return home as firefighters gain control on the wild fire that burned 19,000 acres and destroyed 26 homes in southern california. here's melanie woodrow with
KBCW
Aug 23, 2013 10:00pm PDT
with the washington nationals. he is expected to be in the lineup tomorrow night in baltimore. give me the minute. here we go. down 6-5 in the 5th. eric drives in two to give the a's a lead at 7-6. but their defense cost him. a chance to turn and off the bat of chris davis, that opened the flood gates and the a's lose 9-7. meantime, the rangers gain another game of the a's in the west. another former athletic, adam rosales with texas. rangers 11-5. winners over the white sox. a 3 1/2 lead over the al west. first, matt cain gets placed over the disabled list. madison is cruising until the 7th. clint barnes took it for a three-run homer and the giants lose 3-1. and jamarcus russell, are you watching? prior now wearing number 2. scrambling, 25 yards in the end zone. any of the raider quarterbacks tonight, raiders did make a comeback, but they fell short. bears win it 34-26. >> see you at 11:00. ,,,,,,,, if you're like me, you've been working you've been working like a dog all year. but you don't need to camp out 'til labor day to reward yourself! mattress discounters' labor day sale is ending soon!
KBCW
Aug 25, 2013 8:00am PDT
have a dream speech then and now 50 years after the march on washington our insiders talk about what progress has been made. >> we have your complete weather forecast coming up as well. it is 8:30 august 25th, thanks for joining us. >> we've got a lot of news to cover in our next hour. we're going to be talking with city attorney here in san francisco about nevada and its practice of dumping mentally
KBCW
Aug 6, 2013 10:00pm PDT
news, washington. >>> here we go again. nearly half a billion up for grabs this week. have you bought your power ball ticket yet? >> and the water in some parts of the south bay stinks. no really, it stinks. i'm kit doe. we'll have that story coming up. >>> introducing ice cream like you've never seen it before. made fresh right when you order it. >>> ice cream trucks may not be making much money in this weather pattern. low to mid 70s. santa rosa 73. danville 76. it gets colder. find out when, next. ,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> new at 10:00, something smells funny coming from your tap. well kit doe is in mountain view and tells us it's nasty. kit. >> yeah, this is a problem that affects potentially 60,000 plus customers all over sunny vail, parts of cupertino and here in mountain view. they are doing everything they can, afterall, they are battling mother nature. >> there's really no polite way to describe the smell and taste of the water. >> actually, that tastes like lake water to me. honestly. >> it does taste a little like there's dirt in it almost. >> we are in what's called the smell
KBCW
Aug 18, 2013 8:00am PDT
next year that's masterpieces from our national gallery in washington, d.c. but the 85 works on the water come from all over the world. you can think about if you're hosting visitors from another country and they're coming from all over the place. this actually is a painting by renoir. the boat we're looking at we have a real life size boat of that very same type at the entrance to the show. >> wow. okay. this is really taking on dimension here. with the curators, assume you have to have a relationship. obviously there's trust involved that everybody is going to handle these masterpieces that are irreplaceable with the utmost of care. >> absolutely. >> that said, do you have to deal with -- i don't know, would it be egos of curators? who gets to be first, who gets to be last, who gets stuck in the middle, do i have a good shot? once you get the art, in terms of placement. >> sure. well i think as curators our job is to care for the works of art. we try and suspend our egos. i don't think we'd get any work done. this painting, talking about egos. this artist, i don't know that
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